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The Late Comedian Robin Williams’ Last Home in California is Now For Sale — Here Are the Details

Jumanji, Mrs. Doubtfire, Dead Poets Society, and Good Will Hunting – all are films that starred the late Robin Williams who died five years ago. Who doesn’t miss the comedian? After all, the entertainment industry lost such a versatile, irreplaceable actor. If you want to relive his waking moments, why not buy his Tiburon, California house?

The Comedian’s Last House

For $7.25 million, you can purchase the last place Robin resided before passing away. Tragedy aside, you can imagine why the actor, who died at 63, wanted to live at this Mediterranean property with its pristine interiors and amazing outdoor features. It is a single-level house that boasts six bedrooms and six and a half baths.

You’ll have an unobstructed view of the San Francisco Bay from the living room

Apart from this, the breathtaking view may be the selling point here. The property is on the San Francisco Bay, which means you’ll get to wake up to scenic blue waters every morning.

It measures 6,517 square feet and may attract those who want a mix of indoor and outdoor living. From the outside, the Mediterranean vibe is emitted by the terra-cotta roofing and the stucco sides.


The interior is nothing short of stunning – it is contemporary, which you won’t imagine from the house’s façade. The living room gives guests an unobstructed view of the calming waters, thanks to the large picture windows and a pair of glass doors.

These doors will take you directly to the pool and the impressive viewing deck. The use of glass allows natural light to come in, which makes this already spacious space look even more expansive.

The larger kitchen has an eat-in island and dining nook.

To make the living room more relaxing, there’s a fireplace flanked by two bookshelves. Imagine sitting here reading a book and looking at a scenic sight.

The formal dining room has carpeted floors and can seat eight people comfortably. There’s also a very interesting lighting fixture hanging, but if that isn’t enough to entertain you, then you can still adore the sparkly bay that can also be seen from this nook.

The kitchen has a dining island and features white built-in cabinets. Aside from the eat-in island, there’s another dining nook adjacent to the kitchen that’s good for a small group. If you’ve done sightseeing and feasting in the different eating areas of the house, the master suite awaits.

The master suite also has glass walls

As luxurious as the vast kitchen is the master suite, which has a pair of walk-in closets, a study, and an ensuite bathroom that has a very posh tub. Just like the rest of the house, you still have a view of the bay, thanks to the gigantic glass windows.

The media room, meanwhile, has a huge flat-screen TV and a gaming system, perfect for family night movie marathons. However, it pales from the scenic view outside, so surely you’ll spend more time appreciating the bay rather than staying in.

Legal Mess

Robin originally bought this expansive property for $4.05 million in 2008. After his controversial death in 2014, the property became the center of a legal dispute after Susan Schneider Williams, his wife, contested she doesn’t get sufficient money for the upkeep of the Californian house.

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